The care coordination approach aims to interconnect all stakeholders within the health system and elicit a streamlined care cycle.
Miscommunication and other breakdowns in health have been reported to cause significant negative impacts. However, care networks are becoming more connected by harnessing the utility of telehealth to promote proactive health monitoring that streamlines health systems using digital technology.
Access to information does not always lead to better informed decisions. Skin cancer research requires the right educational sources to empower patients for skin cancer early detection and higher survival rates.
Artificial intelligence has been commonly used in the business world for its basic automation. Applied to pathology and dermatology, AI’s power can analyze patient images as a clinical decision support tool while connecting medical workers to create an optimized patient healthcare ecosystem.
Join MetaOptima at the HealthCert’s Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine course on February 23-24 in Melbourne. Meet MetaOptima’s Country Manager, Mr. Peter Birch and Client Success Executive, Ms. Michelle Menzies for a chance to learn more on DermEngine’s potential in your practice.
As disconnected healthcare systems continue to burden providers, medical experts are turning to an enterprise approach to standardize operational workflows. Practices are now adopting interoperable EMR software such as DermEngine with the goal of optimizing communication for higher quality care.
Total body photography has become the preferred methodology for large scale study of potentially serious skin diseases such as melanoma. Despite current technical and operative challenges, this technique is labelled as the future for effective dermatology practices in the fight against skin cancer.